Staying Informed Amid the Noise

Warren Buffett has been a newshound all his life. He is known to read five newspapers a day including the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, The Financial Times, and the Omaha World-Herald. His affinity for handling

The Financial Illiteracy Epidemic

Money cannot guarantee happiness but grinding poverty can almost certainly guarantee misery. It is difficult to be happy when you know, in the back of your mind, that you are one small misfortune away from being unable to pay next

The Aesthetic Tightrope

Dogs do not care what patterns are knitted into their sweaters. They may or may not appreciate the functional warmth provided by their sweaters but only their owners derive any benefit from details such as the color scheme, a Christmas

The Hazards of Talking to Strangers

“So, guys, how did the trip to Japan go? Did you get the software installed?” “It was great! The clients loved us and are super happy about the installation! The boss even took us out for dinner the last night

The Paradox of Trust

“We have listened to the wisdom of an old Russian maxim, doveryai, no proveryai â€“ trust, but verify.”   — Ronald Reagan Trust is the foundation of society. Without a basic level of trust regarding the intentions and expected behavior of other human beings, our modern civilization would very quickly disintegrate into total chaos. If you

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